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Gardening advice and monthly tasks & tips from our team of resident gardening experts…

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Tidying and Prepping the Garden in Autumn

The transformation autumn brings to your garden is a sight to behold. The leaves falling, autumn blooms, the orange and brown hues – we love it! Some of course, may feel a little down at the end of summer, but autumn can be a busy time that also holds a lot of gardening potential. Alan […]

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How to Mulch Your Garden

The benefits mulching provides should make it an essential task for any garden. Mulching yields many advantages to a garden, besides making it more attractive and finished looking, it will provide nutrients for plants (if organic), aid in water retention, form a barrier against weeds and insulate the roots of vulnerable plants from winter temperatures. […]

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Viola Growing Guide

The Viola is a pretty diverse genus! There are all sorts of violas that gardeners up and down the country love to grow, each a delightful addition to any horticultural space. From seasonal colourful pansies to perennial species which can give you years of joy, violas are a firm national favourite and well suited to […]

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Camellia Growing Guide

Camellia is a genus of flower native to eastern and southern Asia, where they hold a prominent place in the cultures of those countries. A glossy evergreen shrub which displays a unique and colourful foliage, in their home regions, camellias are actually a crop of some economic importance. Known as the “tea flower” in China, […]

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Autumn Flowers for Colour in the Garden

You might think that since spring and summer have passed the chance to plant and enjoy colour in your garden has ended for another year. But we are delighted to tell you that’s not the case. Autumn still presents an array of planting opportunities to get what might be a surprising amount of colour and […]

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